GGC team researches replacement for honeybees

Staff Photos: Jason Braverman. Georgia Gwinnett College professor Mark Schlueter, left, and student Nick Stewart, hold up one of the bees they've collected. As part of their research, the two have collected 90 species of bees native to Georgia.

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Nick Stewart was the little boy who brought home snakes and bugs in his pocket.

Now he's the man who spends hours in the field, checking traps for new species of bees and conducting scientific sampling.

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